Comair grounds kulula and British Airways flights

Aviation corporation Comair has suspended all of its flights in South Africa as it appears to be for extra funding.

The airline which owns and operates Kulula.com flights also functions as a domestic franchise spouse of British Airways in the nation.

“Comair regrets to recommend its flights have been voluntarily suspended from 1 June pending securing funding to resume operations. If your flight has been cancelled, you should really don’t travel to airport unless of course you have choice preparations. Our heartfelt apologies for the inconvenience.”

“Once acquired the airline will be equipped to recommence functions, but regrettably beneath these instances, the practitioners (directors) have no choice but to voluntarily suspend all scheduled flights till the funding is confirmed,” it claimed.

Comair went into business rescue in Might 2020 after the Covid-19 pandemic decimated the airline and journey marketplace. It resumed flying in December 2020, when however in business rescue.

It has subsequently been compelled to start and halt flights quite a few occasions in the last 24 months owing to ongoing lockdown constraints. Most just lately in March 2022, Comair was pressured to floor all flights following protection worries were elevated by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA).


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